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Prince Harry

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Supports Diana's Landmine Charity - 19 Aug 2013
Images of Britain’s Prince Harry in Angola, where he is discussing future mine clearance priorities.

Also included in this package are archive images of Britain’s Princess Diana, who helped to raise international awareness of the problem of landmines.
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January 15, 1997
Diana, Princess of Wales, holds a land mine during her visit to a mine field, January 15, 1997. Diana...
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Princess Diana holds a land mine on a visit to Angola
Diana, Princess of Wales, holds a land mine during her visit to a mine field, January 15, 1997. Diana is on a four-day visit to Angola at the invitation of the British Red Cross to help increase the awareness of the problem of land mines world wide. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro
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January 15, 1997
Diana Princess of Wales adjusts a mask to protect against a land mine explosion January 15 during a...
Diana Princess of Wales adjusts a mask to protect against a land mine explosion January 15 during a.....
Diana Princess of Wales adjusts a mask to protect against a land mine explosion January 15 during a visit to a mine field in Huambo. Diana is on a four day visit to Angola as a guest of the British Red Cross to help increase awarness on the problem of landmines.
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July 31, 1998
FILE PHOTO 15JAN97 - Diana, Princess of Wales is seen in this January 15 1997 file picture walking in...
FILE PHOTO OF DIANA PRINCESS OF WALES VISITING ANGOLAN MINE FIELD.
FILE PHOTO 15JAN97 - Diana, Princess of Wales is seen in this January 15 1997 file picture walking in one of the safety corridors of the land mine fields of Huambo, Angola during her visit to help a Red Cross campaign to outlaw landmines worldwide. Britain imposed a total ban on the use of anti-personnel mines by its forces July 30 in a tribute to the campaign she launched that will coincide with the first anniversary of her death.

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March 17, 1997
Diana, Pricess of Wales (R), meets South African President Nelson Mandela in Cape Town March 17. Mandela...
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Diana, Pricess of Wales (R), meets South African President Nelson Mandela in Cape Town March 17. Mandela praised Diana for having influenced his government to ban the making of anti-personnel mines.
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August 31, 1997
FILE PHOTO OF 13JAN97 - Diana, Princess of Wales talks to amputees during her visit to Angola as part...
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PRINCES DIANA TALKS TO AMPUTIES IN ANGOLA
FILE PHOTO OF 13JAN97 - Diana, Princess of Wales talks to amputees during her visit to Angola as part of the Red Cross campaign against land mines, 13 January 97. Princess Diana and her companion Dodi Al Fayed died in a car carsh in Paris August 31 after being chased by photographers on motorcycles.

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January 15, 1997
Diana, Princess of Wales, on a four day visit to Angola talks to disabled former government soldiers...
Diana, Princess of Wales, on a four day visit to Angola talks to disabled former government soldiers.....
Diana, Princess of Wales, on a four day visit to Angola talks to disabled former government soldiers at an orthopaedic centre outside Luanda , January 14 . It was one of her first face-to-face contacts with victims of landmines. Angola is one of the world's most heavily-mined countries.
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August 09, 1997
Britain's Princess Diana walks land mine Victim Muhamed Soljankic (R) and his family during a visit August...
Britain's Princess Diana walks land mine Victim Muhamed Soljankic (R) and his family during a visit .....
Britain's Princess Diana walks land mine Victim Muhamed Soljankic (R) and his family during a visit August 9 in the northeastern Bosnian town of Tuzla. The princess told Soljankic, injured in a mine blast during the Bosnian war, that he would receive artificial limbs thanks to donations. From left to right are Soljankic's daughters Merima and Nasiha, Princess Diana, Soljankic's wife Ramiza, son Dzemal and Muhamed. The princess is touring Bosnia to highlight the plight of landmine victims on a "private visit" organised by the Washington-based Landmine Survivors Network.
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August 10, 1997
Diana, Princess of Wales listens as a member of the U.N. Mine Action Centre shows her a land mine while...
Diana, Princess of Wales listens as a member of the U.N. Mine Action Centre shows her a land mine wh.....
Diana, Princess of Wales listens as a member of the U.N. Mine Action Centre shows her a land mine while she visited the centre in Sarajevo August 10. The princess was on a three-day visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina to bring international attention to the suffering of mine victims.
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January 13, 1997
Diana, Princess of Wales, listens intensely as she attends an engagement in the Angolan capital of Luanda...
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DIANA LISTENS AT AN ENGAGEMENT IN LUANDA
Diana, Princess of Wales, listens intensely as she attends an engagement in the Angolan capital of Luanda January 13. The Princess is in Angola, the former Portuguese colony torn apart by 20 years of bloody civil war, on a British Red Cross mission to highlight the evil of land mines.

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September 01, 1998
A stamp issued by Albania shows a smiling Diana, Princess of Wales, to commemorate the first anniversary...
A stamp issued by Albania shows a smiling Diana, Princess of Wales, to commemorate the first anniver.....
A stamp issued by Albania shows a smiling Diana, Princess of Wales, to commemorate the first anniversary of her death. The stamp carries the message "Diana against mines" in recognition of the princess's campaign aganist landmines, as well as the emblem of Albania's anti-mine society.
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